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The concept of “smart cities” is an amalgamation of what was called intelligent, wired, cyber, networked, or digital cities. Smart cities can solve many challenges from global urban migration trends and aging populations to environmental degradation, climate change, and resource utilization. In a paper presented at the 2021 International Conference ...

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The concept of the smart city is perhaps the ultimate application of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected technologies: a symphony of sensors generating data that can help vastly improve the way cities manage assets, resources, and services—and make life smoother for their citizens, as well. A cyber-physical-social system...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) holds tremendous potential to transform many aspects of the world—from industry and agriculture to medicine, traffic, and smart cities—making our lives easier, safer, more efficient, and more sustainable. As these applications grow, the number of IoT devices has exploded. According to the latest data, there...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) holds tremendous potential to transform many aspects of the world—from industry and agriculture to medicine, traffic, and smart cities—making our lives easier, safer, more efficient, and more sustainable. As these applications grow, the number of IoT devices has exploded. According to the latest data, there...

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Mobility continues to be one of the greatest challenges for smart cities, so researchers have developed a system that not only improves current transportation management but also expands the opportunities for building better-connected cities.

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Autonomous vehicles have gone from hype to reality in recent years, and companies of all sizes are now looking to hop on the driverless bandwagon.

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Urban areas are key contributors to climate change. A new smart sensor that measures and monitors urban soil health could help make cities greener.

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